FBI takes US terror probe to India, Pakistan
The FBI is sending a team to Pakistan and India as part of an inquiry into an American man accused of sizing up targets ahead of last year's deadly terrorist attacks in Mumbai, India's financial capital.
David Coleman Headley, 49, of Chicago, also is accused in a plot against a Danish newspaper, and Pakistan's role in alleged plots spanning three countries has increasingly come under scrutiny as new details emerge about the cases and Headley's links to the country.
Headley, an American of Pakistani descent, and Chicago businessman Tahawwur Rana, 48, a Pakistani-born Canadian national, were charged in October with conspiring to attack the Jyllands Posten newspaper in Denmark. The newspaper had published 12 cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad in 2005 that set off protests in parts of the Muslim world.